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Conflict ContextPlay
Gunfire often implies a conflict, such as a battle or shootout between armed individuals or groups. SlideSoldiers lay low to avoid the intense gunfire.
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Not CelebratoryPlay
Unlike 'fireworks', 'gunfire' is not used for celebration and suggests danger or aggression. SlideThe festival was peaceful until it was disrupted by gunfire.
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News ReportingPlay
Often used in news to report on wars, terrorism, or violent events, suggesting seriousness. SlideThe reporter described the sound of continuous gunfire in the city.